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You probably know what I’m going to say.
Ma visage est comme une chocolat dans… le soliel? La soliel?
Mon Francaise, c’est tres mal.
ps – the first photo is the best thing ever. It’s all about the stance.
Haha, oh man… there’s nothing funnier than a nervous dog.
Also, Bentendo has the same shoes as me. I was going to mention it a while back but I decided not to because it’s really boring. But they pop up again in this picture. Old School Vans, lovely.
>Ma visage est comme une chocolat dans… le soliel? La soliel?
Had to put this part through the babel fish. It came out as:
“Is my face like a chocolate in… the soliel? The soliel?”
Then I reversed the ‘ie’ and ‘soleil’ was revealed to mean ‘sun’.
Is your face is like a chocolate in the sun?
No, didn’t know you were gonna say that..
And I have no answer!
>Mon Francaise, c’est tres mal.
This part I can handle.
It says: “My French, it’s really shit.”
Maybe so. But, you know, it could be worse. And I am the living proof
>the first photo is the best thing ever. It’s all about the stance.
Whose, Sammy’s or mine? Both in combination perhaps..
>Also, Bentendo has the same shoes as me. I was going to
>mention it a while back but I decided not to because it’s really
>boring. But they pop up again in this picture.
When minutae recurs like that, you just know it’s gotta be important..
I like minutae.
Chocolate in the sun?
*Chocolate* in the *sun*??
Face.. chocolate.. sun..
Yes, I did know you were gonna say that.
But, y’know, 100% for originality of phrasage..
It’s all about the melting off with the cuteness…
And Sammy’s bracing stance and surly/mildly put-out look in the first picture is the one that truly pwns.
Ha, oh my god, Sammy was in my dream!
He was behind a wall and I was sitting on it with my friend. I said to them “Yeah, that’s Sammy.”
I don’t remember any of the surrounding circumstances.
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